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Seahawks vs. Cardinals: Takeaways from Seattle's 34-22 Win over Arizona | Bleacher Report
The Seattle Seahawks went on the road and picked up an impressive road win against the Arizona Cardinals by the score of 34-22. Seattle looked dominant throughout the game, but made a few key mistakes at bad times...
Seattle Seahawks Establishing Themselves as Kings of the NFC | Bleacher Report
Another week, another win for head coach Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks . Going on the road and winning on the road hasn’t been this team’s strong suit over the ...
Six observations on the 6-1 Seahawks' victory in Arizona | HeraldNet.com - Seattle Sidelines
What stood out most about the Seahawks’ 34-22 victory over the Arizona Cardinals is that it didn’t need to be that close. Yes, a 12-point road victory is nothing to sneeze at, but if not for two fumbles deep in their own territory and a block-in-the back penalty on what would have been a Golden Tate punt return for a touchdown, the Seahawks really could have rolled in this one.
Quick thoughts: Seahawks dominant except for costly mistakes | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
The Seahawks rolled to a 34-22 win against Arizona to improve to 6-1 for the first time in team history. Here are some quick reactions to the game:
Rapid Reaction: Arizona Cardinals - NFC West Blog - ESPN
A few thoughts on the Arizona Cardinals' 34-22 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
Rapid Reaction: Seattle Seahawks - NFC West Blog - ESPN
A few thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks' 34-22 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night at University of Phoenix Stadium:
Locker Room Buzz: Seattle Seahawks - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Observed in the locker room after the Seattle Seahawks' 34-22 win over the Arizona Cardinals:
Locker Room Buzz: Arizona Cardinals - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Observed in the locker room after the Arizona Cardinals’ 34-22 loss to the Seattle Seahawks:
Wilson is what makes the Seahawks special - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Russell Wilson fumbled three times Thursday night and lost two of them, which resulted in 10 points for the Arizona Cardinals.
Competing in NFC West starts with O-Line - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Maybe now Bruce Arians sees the dominance in Seattle and San Francisco that everyone else has talked about.
Game in Review: Seahawks 34, Cardinals 22 - 710sports.com
Seattle scored touchdowns on its first two possessions, outgained Arizona 277 yards to 130 in the first three quarters and was gracious enough to keep the Cardinals in the game with a couple of turnovers that set up Cardinals field goals.
Seahawks pass, run and sack their way to 6-1 start
Paced by an aggressive, opportunistic defense, the passing of Russell Wilson and the running of Marshawn Lynch the Seahawks beat the Cardinals 34-22 on Thursday night.
Seahawks go on the road and find several ways to win
The Seahawks are 6-1 for the first time in franchise history after a 34-22 win over the Cardinals on Thursday night, thanks to Brandon Browner, Russell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch and countless others.
Instant reaction: Seahawks deal with Cardinals « Seahawks Draft Blog
This should’ve been an absolute stroll in the park. And for the most part it was. Arizona couldn’t run the ball, they couldn’t throw the ball and Seattle were making just enough plays on offense.
Seahawks get seven sacks, Carroll says pass rush can be better | ProFootballTalk
The Seattle Seahawks’ defense harassed quarterback Carson Palmer all night in earning a 34-22 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night.
Seahawks are good enough and getting better | Jerry Brewer | The Seattle Times
Seattle takes a major step in its pursuit of greatness Thursday night, controlling a road game from start to finish.
Brandon Browner, Sidney Rice rebound with big games for Seahawks | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Richard Sherman was relentless, and so was the rest of the Seahawks’ defense Thursday night.
Seahawks’ Percy Harvin expected to practice next week | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
The next significant step in Percy Harvin’s road to making his long-awaited Seahawks debut apparently will come Tuesday, when he is expected to practice with the team for the first time since having hip surgery Aug. 1.
Seahawks' Russell Wilson avenges rookie loss in win over Cardinals - latimes.com
The second-year quarterback, who lost in the desert in his first NFL start, passes for 235 yards and three touchdowns in Seattle's 33-22 win.
Injury update | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here’s a note with the injury information from today’s game:
Cardinals Frustrated By Seahawks
Offense still struggling as Cards fall on Thursday night, 34-22 to division rival
Seahawks vs. Cardinals 2013, Week 7: Live coverage, score updates and more - SBNation.com
The Cardinals will host the Seahawks in Week 7.
Pre-Snap Read: Defensive Coverages
ESPN contributor Adam Caplan sits down with NFL Films Senior Producer Greg Cosell to break down different defensive coverage schemes ...
The Second Level: What You Need to Know Heading into NFL Week 7 | Bleacher Report
Every Thursday, former NFL defensive back Matt Bowen brings you “The Second Level,” a breakdown of the league from multiple angles...
Local columnist: Vikings should trade Adrian Peterson - NFL.com
There are just two major newspapers in Minnesota. One of them has a columnist that believes the Vikings should trade Adrian Peterson. This is a real thing.
Alex Smith excelling as game manager, Andy Reid says - NFL.com
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith recently told "NFL Total Access" that he doesn't know what the term "game manager" means. Find out why that might be news to coach Andy Reid.
Percy Harvin aims for Week 8 Seattle Seahawks debut - NFL.com
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin, coming off hip surgery, is scheduled to begin practicing next week, Ian Rapoport reported. Does he have a legitimate chance to play in Week 8?
Jim Harbaugh: 49ers' Gore can't be hit by 'bag of dung' - NFL.com
Jim Harbaugh has a way with words. The San Francisco 49ers coach put his unique oratory skills on display again Thursday when talking about the Tennessee Titans' defense.
J.J. Watt still atop ATL's defensive end rankings - NFL.com
J.J. Watt's sacks are down slightly from last season, but he's still the NFL's best defensive end. Chris Wesseling explores while breaking down the best and worst of the position.
Week 7 fantasy waiver wire acquisitions | National Football Post
16 names to consider adding to your roster in preparation for Sunday’s action.
Peyton Manning on Jim Irsay: 'Doesn't serve me well' to comment - CBSSports.com
To hear Peyton Manning dodge questions about Colts owner Jim Irsay is sort of like family members tiptoeing around the fact that your crazy uncle is, in fact, crazy.
Peyton Manning's free-agent decision changed course of many NFL teams | The MMQB with Peter King
Almost two years after LeBron James' free agency captivated the NBA, there was the NFL’s version involving Peyton Manning. Although Manning’s decision to play for the Denver Broncos was far less dramatic (or ridiculed) than LeBron James taking his talents to South Beach, both choices h...
Steve Young thinks Jim Irsay is making life tough for Andrew Luck | ProFootballTalk
In San Francisco, Steve Young had the difficult job of filling Joe Montana's shoes, just as Andrew Luck has has the difficult job of filling Peyton Manning's shoes in Indianapolis. And Young thinks Luck's already difficult job got harder this week, thanks to Colts owner Jim Irsay.
How the Chiefs Built the Best Defense in Football - The Triangle Blog - Grantland
Exactly one year ago, the Kansas City Chiefs were 1-5 just starting a welcome bye week. Three days earlier they’d been embarrassed by a previous
Advanced NFL Stats: Podcast Episode 5: Brian Burke
Brian Burke is back for another episode of the Advanced NFL Stats podcast. This week, Dave dives into Brian’s most recent articles. First up is a study analyzing when defenses should decline penalties after a loss. This piece uses expected points to determine the break even yardage required for a defensive coach to opt for a loss of down over a loss of yardage.
Week 6 Game Scripts
I’ve posted the Game Scripts data following every week this season, but week six was the first week that no team won with a negative Game Script. That includes New England: even though Tom Brady led a late comeback, finding Kenbrell Thompkins in the back of the end zone to pull out a last-second win, the Patriots posted a Game Script score of +3.6. New England led 17-7 at halftime and for most of the second half; in fact, the Saints only held the lead for about seven minutes of game time. The third closest Game Script in week six comes courtesy of the Kansas City-Oakland matchup, which might surprise any of you who just saw the final 24-7 score. Of course, quirky games like that one is one of the reasons I came up with concept of Game Scripts.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Film Room: Pryor, Giants
Despite two Super Bowls since 2007, the Giants are now 0-6 to start the year. The key pieces from the last Super Bowl victory are still in place: Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks, Tom Coughlin, Jason Pierre-Paul, and Justin Tuck. The NFL is a league of parity, but it appears that the Giants have fallen farther than anyone in a very short period.
NFL Teams, Players Proving to Be Fool's Gold | Bleacher Report
Usually before the NFL season begins there are a handful of players and teams you just know are going to shimmer under the sun...
How the Packers Have Rebuilt the Run Game Around Eddie Lacy | Bleacher Report
Through five weeks of the 2013 season, the Green Bay Packers currently rank fifth in total rushing yards per game (140.8)...
Chiefs' Justin Houston wins second Pressure Points award | The MMQB with Peter King
Most of Fletcher Cox’s first 20 games since being drafted by the Eagles in the first round two years ago have been a mixed bag, with a couple flashes here and some underwhelming play there.